What they need
As this past season showed the Seminoles, a team can never have too many offensive linemen. Injuries depleted the unit all fall, forcing four true freshmen to protect quarterback EJ Manuel during the
Who they've already got
In Fisher's mind, defensive talent rules recruiting. His philosophy: the better defense a team can play, the better chance it has to win. So far, FSU has five defensive linemen committed in Chris Casher (Mobile, Ala.),
5 guys still considering Florida State
•Nelson Agholor, ATH, Tampa Berkeley Prep (6-2, 180) – He played receiver, defensive back, running back and quarterback at Berkeley. Takes official visit to Tallahassee on Friday. Likes FSU, UF, Notre Dame, USC and Oklahoma.
•Courtney Gardner, WR, Reno (Nev.) Hug High via Rosehill (Calif.) Sierra CC – Already committed to Arkansas but will visit Tallahassee this weekend.
• Commits committed? There are still question marks with three high-profile Seminole pledges for whom the FSU staff will breathe a sigh of relief when they see the names roll off the office fax machines. DE Dante Fowler (St. Petersburg Lakewood), QB Jameis Winston (Hueytown, Ala.) and DE Mario Edwards Jr. (Denton (Texas) Ryan have all been said to be possbily waffling on their FSU decisions. Edwards visits this weekend.
Current commitment list